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10 DIY Beauty Recipes to Heal Winter Skin and Hair

27 February 2014 3,886 views One Comment

by Becky Striepe

10 DIY Beauty Recipes to Heal Winter Skin and Hair

The weather is finally making a turnaround! If your skin could use a little help recovering from the dry, cold, harsh winter weather, we've got you covered. Store-bought skincare products can be super pricey, and you can save a bundle by making your own. From your head to your toes, we've got DIY beauty recipes to help you bounce back from winter and be spring-ready on the cheap.

1. Homemade Sugar Scrub - A sugar scrub is great for sloughing away dry skin and moisturizing at the same time.

2. Coconut Oil Body Lotion - Sometimes all you need is a nice, rich lotion to replace the moisture that you lost over the dry winter. This lotion is inexpensive and works great!

3. Coconut Oil Hair Mask - Did your hair bear the brunt of the winter chill? Get back that shine with an easy hair mask!

4. Make Your Own Lip Scrub - Revitalize your chapped, dry lips with a gentle scrub to exfoliate and moisturize.

5. Peppermint Foot Scrub - You need a little more scrubbing power when you're dealing with dry feet, and this scrub does the job. It's also great on knees and elbows.

6. Homemade Lip Balm - This recipe is flexible, so you can save money by using what you have!

7. Ultimate Avocado Face Mask - Give your skin a moisture blast to start spring out right.

8. Nourishing Hand Cream - My hands take a beating in the cold, and this cream works great on both hands and feet.

9. Homemade Leave-In Conditioner - If you don't need a full-on hair mask, try this lighter alternative to moisturize your hair.

10. Vinegar Foot Soak - Has a whole winter of boots left your feet in less-than-ideal shape? This simple soak helps your tootsies bounce back!

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